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Progress political weekend

 

Each year Progress organises a political weekend full of workshops, seminars and plenaries with Labour’s front bench and leading progressive thinkers. Held at the NUT’s Stoke Rochford Hall, the event has become a regular feature in the Labour political calendar.

Progress political weekend 2018

Join us to debate the future of the Labour party and the renewal of centre-left Labour politics

17-18 March 2018
Stoke Rochford Hall, near Grantham

Each year Progress organises a political weekend full of workshops, seminars and plenaries with Labour’s front bench and leading progressive thinkers. Held at the NEU’s Stoke Rochford Hall, the event has become a regular feature in the Labour political calendar.

Tickets

Spaces are very limited, Progress members can apply for a ticket here*

  • £175 per person for Progress members
  • £300 for couples’ tickets
  • £90 for day tickets

 

All tickets include meals and accommodation.

*Please note that only Progress members can book tickets, if you’re not a member and would like to come along please join here first.

Bursaries

There are 30 bursaries available to Progress members, at least half of which will be reserved for women.

If you wish to be considered for a bursary – and reduction of £125 to just £50 – please email a 550-word article on:

It is often said the ‘moderates in Labour are without ideas’. What idea so you think centre-left people in Labour should embrace to revive our fortunes in the country?

Please email entries to office@progressonline.org.uk. Successful bursary holders are expected to write a thank you letter to their bursary sponsor. The deadline for applications is 5pm on 26 January.

Terms and conditions

Conditions of booking: Fees for Progress’ political weekend 2018 must be paid by 12pm on Friday 2 March 2018; if payment is not received by this date Progress cannot guarantee your place at the weekend. We cannot be held responsible for the non-arrival of information regarding the event. We regret that no refunds can be made after Friday 23 February. Refunds cannot be given for a failure to attend the conference. The booking form constitutes a legally binding agreement. Progress reserves the right to change the schedule, the venue, or the speakers, and reserves the right to decline booking applications. No refunds will be provided by Progress in the event of cancellation due to reasons beyond our control. Progress political weekend is only open to Progress members. All members of Progress are members of the Labour party. Existing Progress members will recieve priority booking.

Progressive centre-ground Labour politics does not come for free.

It takes time, commitment and money to build a fight against the forces of conservatism. If you value the work Progress does, please support us by becoming a member, subscriber or donating.

Our work depends on you.

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Richard Angell

is director of Progress

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